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Very enjoyable piping. Has Padraig recorded an album yet?

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PJ wrote:
Has Padraig recorded an album yet?


Sure; with the late Peter Carberry, Forgotten Gems, in 2013. A lovely record, well worth having.

http://www.carberrymcgovern.com/

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He recorded this album with Peter Carberry - http://www.carberrymcgovern.com


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Sure; with the late Peter Carberry, Forgotten Gems, in 2013. A lovely record, well worth having.


Stall the ball there, he (the accordion player) isn't dead is he?

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Sure; with the late Peter Carberry, Forgotten Gems, in 2013. A lovely record, well worth having.


Stall the ball there, he (the accordion player) isn't dead is he?


Oh dear, perhaps I have some different Carberrys confused? A prominent one passed on in 2016, and I was thinking it was Peter - very sorry for the confusion if this is not the case.

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I believe you're thinking of the piper, the elder Peter Carberry. Easy mistake to make.

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Mr.Gumby wrote:
I believe you're thinking of the piper, the elder Peter Carberry. Easy mistake to make.

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Yes, that was him, and I definitely had them confused for some reason. Thanks for straightening that out Mr. Gumby.

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Any info on how one could obtain the Forgotten Gems album? I've looked but have found no leads.


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Anyone know who made Padraig's concert pitch pipes in the first video?

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